27 Bundaroo Street, Bowral
Built in 1919 for a returning WWI soldier by renowned local builder Alf Stephens, this quintessential old Bowral home is nestled on a rare two title holding amongst its original plantings of cool climate trees and shrubs.
Offered for the first time in forty-five years and, during this time, lovingly maintained to retain many of its original characteristics and features, 'St Chads' is ready for the next custodian who is looking for a home of character and heritage yet requiring multiple living and bedroom options, updated features and an enchanting established garden to potter in, all within a walk-to-town, old Bowral location.
Double brick and stucco plus double brick interiors, original timber floorboards, high ceilings, ornate architraves, skirts and cabinetry plus aged glass bay windows, this well-established residence is a stone's throw along paved footpaths from Bowral's cafes, boutiques and shopping precincts.
Approached from its gravel and paved driveway to a broad north-facing front porch enter through glass French doors to the living room and snug library with slow combustion fire and bookcase. A conservatory-style dining room with open fireplace commands the north position and looks out to the garden.
The country-style kitchen has a fabulous gas Capitol cooktop and gas oven, marble benchtops, twin sink, walk-in pantry and has room for a breakfast table.
– Three-four bedrooms plus study, two updated bathrooms in main house, walk in dressing room and original built in 'robes.
– Separate, character self-contained cottage with kitchenette and ensuite, currently used as a popular bed and breakfast
– Gas central heating throughout, plus slow combustion fire in library and gas outlets in living
– Stunning north eastern, enclosed veranda morning-room
– Internal laundry
– Fenced back garden with two sheds
– Established hedging and leafy, sun-trap garden 'rooms'
– Off-street parking for two-three cars